|Style||1 Gallon Jug|
|Item display length||11.5 inches|
|Item display width||7.5 inches|
|Number of Items||1|
|Included Components||Bicycle chain lubricant|
|Manufacturer||Finish Line Technologies, Inc.|
|Item model number||T00100101|
|Product Dimensions||20 x 10 x 45 cm; 113.4 Grams|
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Finish Line DRY Teflon Bicycle Chain Lube
- Goes on wet and sets up with a Dry 'wax-like' synthetic film that helps keep your chain clean by not absorbing excessive amounts grit, grime, or dust
- Our most popular, most versatile bicycle chain lubricant
- An extremely versatile lubricant and a perfect choice for many road and off-road cyclist
- Synthetic oils with Teflon for Super Slick, long lasting performance
- Our best choice for maximum performance in typical cycling conditions
- A dry-style lube that goes on wet but then sets up dry in a paste-like consistency to resist attracting and absorbing dirt for maximum performance in typical cycling conditions
- Synthetic Oils with Teflon for super slick, long lasting performance
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I ride in mostly dry conditions.
I have tried Maxima Spray Chain Wax... didn't work for me.
I have also tried Rock & Roll Gold, Finish Line Dry Lube, and ProGold ProLink.
These 3 products are all okay for lubing the chain.
Rock & Roll Gold wants you to use a lot of their product to saturate the chain & flush out the dirt & grime.
Rock & Roll Gold is messy, and you have to use a lot of it.
Finish Line Dry Lube seems to leave clumps of white material, I think it is PTFE, especially as the bottle gets nearer to empty.
It seems to me that it lubricates fine, but seems to attract a lot of road grime to the chain.
ProGold ProLink seems to me to leave the chain the cleanest over time. You only apply 1 tiny drop per link, so it is less messy
than the other two.
In spite of their claims of being dry lubes, they all seem to attract a fair amount of road grime, so you have to reapply more
often than one would like. ProGold ProLink seems a little bit better to me at not attracting as much road grime.
However, I would like to say something which I didn't learn until I was a long-distance biker for 5 years: after applying, it is important to use a lint-free cloth to wipe off the excess. The excess doesn't help with what it is supposed to help with and it just attracts and holds dust and dirt and debris, which is bad for your chain and cogset. I wish I would have known that right away. I am betting that the bike salesman told me that, but when you are getting into a new hobby, the first purchase is often information overload. I would have read it in reviews when I went to buy some, so here it is!